Fixed palette graphics and NeXT computer cubes /
Japanese MIDI modules and Trinitron tubes /
Old clicky keyboards with buckling springs /
These are a few of my favorite things.

android tool to scrub metadata from images 

@trashcat i like the package name "scrambledeggsif"

“Buh TikTok is Chinese spyware.”

Shut the fuck up who cares. Everything is spyware these days you’re just signaling out Chinese companies because you’re racist.

@haskal look at the ergonomics, i need that keyboard. split and so low profile

@extinct i see, i'm not sure what i like more. i've seen "censoring" by removing other instances has become very common.

thinking about self driving cars, but the cars are longer, with capacity for about 90 people per car. and maybe we could simplify the decision-making of the AI by providing a set path and schedule that they would adhere to. perhaps a physical mechanism on which the self-driving car could always be on, something like a rail to minimize them going off path and being a danger to cyclists or pedestrians. anyone in Silicon Valley want to fund this? we could even chain the cars together to maximize efficiency.

since i set up wireguard for the first time i fell in love with it. although i'm not clear about internal advantages vs openvpn i would recommend it to anybody looking for a self-hosted vpn.

i believe there are even some good providers already.

can we just like delete the linux audio stack and start over?

@iFreilicht i plan on adding syncthing to this for selective sync and pretty much emulate what i needed from nextcloud

@iFreilicht using a vps. i did set up nextcloud yesterday on that same vps with 1GB ram available (~250MB usage before nc) and ended consuming up to 750MB to mostly use contacts, calendar and files.

currently it's at 330MB with radicale and wsgidav. and cpu usage doesn't jump as much as it did with mysql/php when opening files. although for the moment i'd only recommend this for single user setup.

Finally managed to get WebDAV working. CardDAV and CalDAV were easy thanks to Radicale. Oh but lets not talk about webdav using only nginx.

In the end I just decided to use wsgidav and nginx as reverse proxy.

@ademalsasa though not exactly the same, a bare bones git server on VPS can come in handy.

I know most of us should already be consuming content using RSS, but in general, for online reading, what do you prefer?

so many people sharing their thoughts on email and rss feeds recently. it's very interesting tho

Hey Apple,

Saying you block trackers but not blocking Google Analytics is like saying you practice safe sex when you cut off the heads of your condoms.

Sincerely,
A guy who makes an app that actually blocks trackers

@indirection so far i see more use for git server hooks, mostly simple CI stuff that shouldn't require something like Jenkins or gitlab CI go be done.

as for email, is not that i've liked it but some projects i've followed recently use this patches workflow instead of github/gitlab and is something i'd actually like to learn

first time setting up a git server with stagit frontend (gitea doesn't count)

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